An Invitation from Amoskeag Quilters Guild.

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Amoskeag Quilters Guild invites you to attend our November 19th meeting – our program features a talk by Pepper Cory.  Pepper will be presenting her lecture “How to Become a More Creative Quilt maker” . Enjoy Pepper’s humorous look at the myths surrounding artistic creativity. She gives useful advice on developing your ability to learn more easily, tips on time management, plus an unconventional look at organizing your fabric stash.

Two workshops will be taught by Pepper Cory.

An Introduction to Sashiko by Pepper Cory

Friday – November 20 9am to 3:30
Emmanuel Baptist Church, Hooksett, NH
$40 members; $50 guests
Class kit (required) is $22 and includes 1/2 yd homespun indigo, ivory perle cotton, pack of mixed size Sashiko needles, needle threader, two thimble alternatives, marking pencil, stencil, and extensive handouts including a game plan for a wall hanging.


Saturday – November 21 9am to 3:30pepper cory
Emmanuel Baptist Church, Hooksett, NH

$40 members; $50 guests

Two Blocks are Better Than One by Pepper Cory

Two Blocks are Better Than One is a technique class that brings out the designer in you. Especially good for those who are tired of repetitive cutting or anyone who bores easily! Two Blocks is based loosely on Pepper’s groundbreaking design book Crosspatch (still found used on Amazon or ebay but book is not necessary for the class). If you’re ready to move beyond quilts with look-alike blocks, this is a great first step in the original design process. Kit is $5 and includes patterns, graphs, and template plastic if needed. Students need to bring to class a small selection of sharpened colored pencils, scissors and rotary cutter with new blade /mat/ruler 6 x 12. Fabrics: a wide selection of fabrics in colors you love (and bring at least one you hate and don’t know what to do with!)–try for at least  eight FQ’s (2-3 yds total). Include some solids, geometrics, prints, stripes.Do not bring fabrics all from the same designer or exclusively batiks. Mix it up! Don’t stress over fabric choice–this is a class project.
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